No one ever has enough time. But every one of us enjoys the unique gift of all the time there is.
Today is National Tick Tock Day, a reminder that only two days remain in the year…two days to accomplish unfinished business, make one last stab at those resolutions, and reflect back on the accomplishments of the past 12 months.
As we mark the final hours of 2015, you may find yourself preparing resolutions for the new year. Along with getting fit and being more organized, you might be resolving to use your time more efficiently in 2016. Why not start with a new clock to motivate you? We have some suggestions to help you mark time with style.
The Hands Free Gear Clock features small moving gears that rotate a large outer sprocket to tell the time. Instead of hands, this industrial-design clock has a simple arrow that points to the current time on the wall clock’s large outer dial. The clock is nearly 2′ in diameter, with large numbers easy to see from a distance.
This oversized Outdoor Lighted Atomic Clock maintains unerring accuracy from the radio clock transmitter in Ft. Collins, Colorado, so this clock will never gain or lose a second. Along with glowing hands, four LEDs illuminate the face when its light sensors indicate dark conditions—features available only from Hammacher Schlemmer. This clock also displays the temperature and relative humidity.
When your days are busy and your mind is occupied, sometimes you need to be reminded of the day of the week, in addition to the time. The Day of the Week Clock’s face includes seven pie-shaped sections, each labeled with the day, Sunday through Saturday. The clock makes a thoughtful and unique gift for a retired person, too, to help them keep track of the week in their newly freed-up schedule.
So, as the clock ticks to close out the year, we would like to thank each and every one of our readers. We look forward to serving you throughout 2016 with ideas for unique gifts, including The Best, The Only and the Unexpected, for all occasions.